By Leslie Simon
Kailyn Lowry-Marroquin truly does it all. The "Teen Mom 2" cast member, who we've witnessed struggling to juggle a career, second pregnancy and wedding planning on the show's fifth season, confirms to In Touch Weekly that she plans to release a memoir this April.
The tell-all, titled "Pride Over Pity," will discuss a ton of personal topics, including addiction, sexual assault and family dynamics. "[The book will tackle] my life before the cameras and where I want things to go from here," she shared in a post on her official Facebook fanpage. "Hopefully you guys will understand things a little better after reading it!"
And while Kail isn’t the first in the MTV franchise to pen a book, people shouldn’t expect the tome to read anything like Farrah Abraham’s 2012 debut, "My Teenage Dream Ended." "It'll be NOTHING like Farrah's as far as editing goes," Kailyn insisted. "We've put a lot of work into this over the last couple of years and I think you all will be very surprised by it."
+ Will you be pre-ordering "Pride Over Pity"? Tell us what you hope Kailyn will write about!